Writing Westward Podcast
The Writing Westward Podcast features conversations with authors of new books on the North American West, sampling from a vareity of disciplines and subfields. The podcast is hosted and produced by Redd Center Associate Director, Professor Brenden W. Rensink.
- 019 - Monica Muñoz Martinez - The Injustice Never Leaves You: Anti-Mexican Violence in Texas (Mar. 2020)
- 018 - Megan Kate Nelson - The Three-Cornered War: The Union, the Confederacy, and Native Peoples in the Fight for the West (Feb. 2020)
- 017 - Jack Nisbet - The Dreamer and the Doctor: A Forest Lover and a Physician on the Edge of the Frontier (Jan. 2020)
- 016 - Frank Bergon - Two-Buck Chuck & The Marlboro Man: The New Old West (Dec. 2019)
- 015 - Manu Karuka - Empire's Tracks: Indigenous Nations, Chinese Workers, and the Transcontinental Railroad (Nov. 2019)
- 014 - Rebecca Robinson and Stephen Strom - Voices and Views from Bears Ears (Oct. 2019)
- 013 - Leah Sottile - The Bundyville Podcast and Longform Western Journalism (Sept. 2019)
- 012 - Debra Gwartney - I Am a Stranger Here Myself (Aug. 2019)
- 011 - Eric P. Perramond - Unsettled Waters: Rights, Law, and Identity in the American West (July 2019)
- 010 - John Branch - The Last Cowboys: A Pioneer Family in the New West (June 2019)
- 009 - David A. Chang - The World and All Things Upon It: Native Hawaiian Geographies of Exploration (May 2019)
- 008 - Beth Lew-Williams - The Chinese Must Go: Violence, Exclusion, and the Making of the Alien in America (Apr. 2019)
- 007 - Terence Young - Heading Out: A History of American Camping (Mar. 2019)
- 006 - Flannery Burke - A Land Apart: The Southwest and the Nation in the Twentieth Century (Feb. 2019)
- 005 - Tacey M. Atsitty - Rain Scald: Poems (Jan. 2019)
- 004 - Stephen Pyne - Fire in the American West (Dec. 2018)
- 003 - Benjamin Johnson - Escaping the Dark Gray City: Fear and Hope in Progressive-Era Conservation (November 2018)
- 002 - Victoria Lamont - Westerns: A Women's History (Oct. 2018)
- 001 - Louis S. Warren - God's Red Son: The Ghost Dance Religion and the Making of Modern America (Sept. 2018)
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- Host and Producer Brenden W. Rensink is Associate Director of the Redd Center, an Associate Professor of History at BYU, General Editor of the Intermountain Histories project, and author of the 2018 book Native but Foreign: Indigenous Immigrants and Refugees in the North American Borderlands.
- Podcast Music was written and recorded by local Provo composer by Micah Dahl Anderson.
- Episodes are recorded via Skype or in person and amateurishly engineered by Rensink.
- To submit a book to be considered for a podcast episode, email firstname.lastname@example.org.